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Published: Fri, March 16, 2018
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Player like Messi born only once in 50 years: Conte

Player like Messi born only once in 50 years: Conte

"If I play, I try to give the best for the team and it is not up to me to speak about tactics".

Shattered Alonso, 27, needed instant carbs for re-energising and evidently feels similarly about the outgoing Premier League champions as they struggle to salvage crumbs from the campaign.

'There are those that when you are at the top, they just wait for that one little moment to destroy you. These other lads that we talk about don't. Of the younger crop, only Andreas Christensen projects to be world-class.

Chelsea piled up the pressure on Barcelona in search of a goal to get them back in the game but Moses was found offside while attempting to go for a pass in the 25th minute.

"If we can put together a decent case and the club take that to UEFA, backed by the supporter organisations, something might actually register with UEFA".

Barca will likely be without Sergio Busquets, who suffered a toe injury in the game against Chelsea and forced off the field.

"From the start of the game you just sensed that this was always going to be the man who was going to change the game", said Lampard on BT Sport. Conte knows that his title-winning exploits in two countries will ensure he is more coveted than most in a summer likely to see several of Europe's elite clubs looking for new leadership.

"Is it more hard to win it with City than with Barca?"

"As an attacking player, the most complete player in history".

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has told ESPN FC that he wants to avoid Manchester City in Friday's draw for the Champions League quarter-finals, insisting it is too early in the competition to face an English rival. Conte pleads patience and reckons he should be judged on his work not a trophy count. I have to assess what is best for me and for the club.

"I try to do what the boss asks me".

The 27-year-old was an influential player in the Blues' title triumph last season as they won the Premier League in Antonio Conte's first campaign in charge at Stamford Bridge.

Over the two legs we have hit the post four times and this is very unusual.

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